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The South Bahamas Conference intends to make the term, Back-to-Faith a household name. Take note of the popularly used acronym, BTF, and start the campaign toward a glorious future for someone!
The concept of coming back to faith was born in the heart of a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. She shared her burden with me over a year ago. Realizing the scope of our reach, we advance the call to our fellow brothers and sisters to come back to faith. Though not equipped to convert, we can do so much to nurture and reach people through countless methods and measures.
Contemplate the depth of this initiative, and make an effort to address the three categories to which we can contribute. They are:
1. Firstly, persons who have faith, but don't understand that it comes from God. This faith is called a measure.
2. Secondly, there are persons in church and profess faith, but they lack the capacity to engage in godly works.
3. Lastly, persons who once had faith, and like the Ephesians have lost their faith and are missing from regular church service/gatherings (e.g. the prodigal son).
The Bible addresses to the question of whether or not faith will be found on the earth. Whichever of the categories one finds himself/herself, the South Bahamas Conference stands willing and equipped to coaching you to your full potential and purpose in Christ. Join us at the Mckinney/Scavella Leadership Center at the Global Mission Centre of Influence on Wulff Road, Nassau, Bahamas. We meet each Sunday morning at 8 o’clock for one hour. Our training and teaching sessions are geared to assist both the courageous and the timid. Do not doubt His power to equip you. Examples, of the doubtful have moved God’s people to a higher plain. Yes, you can be a brave soldier in the army of the Lord, so join us in this initiative and let us win souls for Christ.
On Sunday, February 1, 2015 our marshaling topic is: How to become a disciple of Christ and make other disciples for Christ. Pastor Paul Scavella is the presenter.
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